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Millions of files from the Oklahoma government, including details of FBI investigations, were left exposed in a massive data breach

The millions of files contained information from FBI case files dating back to 2012, including interviews and witness statements.

Nearly 773 million email accounts have been exposed in a massive data breach. Here’s how to check if you were affected.

It's a massive data dump called "Collection #1," and it contains cracked passwords.

The record-breaking government shutdown is putting the US at risk of a major cyberattack

The government shutdown has left workers furloughed from the US's cybersecurity agencies. Experts are worried about the country's defenses.
Brad Brooks, CEO of OneLogin

Access management startup OneLogin closed $100 million, and it’s taking on Microsoft and Okta

Unified access management startup OneLogin has raised over $170 million in total. Here's how it plans to take on Microsoft and Okta.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took a lot of heat this year

The 21 scariest data breaches of 2018

Millions of people had their personal information compromised this year in data breaches. See which companies were hit the hardest.
Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web, was part of the World Economic Forum committee that put together a report on the global digital transformation.

Half of the world is now officially online, but several thorny new problems now threaten the digital economy

More than half the world thinks the drawbacks of the digital economy outweigh its benefits.
Two F/A-18C Hornet aircraft of Strike Fighter Squadron 74 fly above the Forrestal-class aircraft carrier USS Saratoga (CV-60) making a hard turn to starboard during Desert Shield.

Chinese hackers are reportedly stealing loads of US Navy secrets, and the Navy is scrambling to stop it

Chinese hackers have been hitting US Navy defense contractors hard, and the service branch is scrambling to find a way to prevent future theft.
The outside of Facebook's one-day pop-up about privacy in New York City's Bryant Park.

Facebook hosted a pop-up event in New York City for 1 day only to teach people about privacy. Here’s what it was like to visit

Facebook's one-day-only pop-up focused on how to manage the site's privacy settings.

Australia’s anti-encryption law is so unpopular, there was only 1 comment in support and 342 against — and now the head of its spy agency ...

Australia's law is widely disliked by the technology industry, especially Apple, because security experts believe that so-called "backdoors" weaken security for everyone, not just criminals.
Amazon is reportedly planning to split its second headquarters between the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens, New York, and the Crystal City area of Arlington, Virginia.

Amazon is getting slammed for a confusing email telling customers they don’t need to change their password after a data leak

A "technical error" exposed names and email addresses of Amazon customers, the company told customers on Wednesday.